Alan Ruck is an American actor known for his diverse body of work in film, television, and theater. He was born on July 1, 1956, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, and has had a successful career spanning several decades. Ruck's breakout role came in the 1986 comedy film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," in which he portrayed Cameron Frye, the best friend of the titular character Ferris Bueller. Ruck's performance as the neurotic and anxiety-ridden Cameron earned him recognition and made him a memorable figure in the film. Following "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," Alan Ruck continued to work in film and television. He appeared in a wide range of projects, including the television series "Spin City," where he played Stuart Bondek alongside Michael J. Fox. He also had notable roles in movies like "Young Guns II" (1990) and "Speed" (1994). Ruck's career in theater has also been notable. He has appeared in numerous stage productions, both on and off-Broadway, showcasing his talent for live performance. His stage work includes performances in classic plays such as "The Tempest" and "The Producers." In recent years, Alan Ruck gained renewed popularity for his role as Connor Roy in the acclaimed HBO series "Succession." His portrayal of Connor, a wealthy and eccentric member of the Roy family, earned him critical acclaim and brought him a new generation of fans. Throughout his career, Ruck has been recognized for his versatility as an actor, with the ability to play a wide range of characters in various genres. His enduring presence in film, television, and theater has made him a respected figure in the entertainment industry.